Via An Englishman’s Castle, the Science Museum is inviting you to tell them if you’re convinced about climate change “evidence” and want the British government to negotiate a dangerous and expensive deal strong, effective, fair deal to return us to the dark ages prove they’re serious about climate change. It even helpfully invites you to change your uneducated and clearly limited mind if you join the 84% of respondents and tell them to count you out.
You can even send them a message. So I did …
The “evidence” is opinion, much of it bought with taxpayers money. The climate is changing as it has done for billions of years and will continue to do so for billions more. The predictions have all proven to be wrong so far and the suppression of alternative opinions that challenge the climate change religion is completely unscientific. Climate change “science” isn’t science at all, it’s opinion auctioned to the highest bidder. Climate change “scientists” are making more money than they could ever have dreamed of from selling propaganda to governments.
On a related note, I’ve had two letters from the Advertising Standards Agency confirming that they’re investigating both the Telegraph’s false claim to be the most informed newspaper for climate change and the British government’s “Act of CO2” child propaganda advert.
The Telegraph falsely claims in a poster that the North West Passage has just opened to commercial traffic for the first time when the Canadian government has been licencing commercial trade to use the North West Passage since the 1920’s with a break only during the second world war. That’s excluding the Vikings using it in their little wooden boats around the time they discovered Greenland (so named because it wasn’t covered in ice back then). The poster claims that the Telegraph is the most informed newspaper on climate change when it clearly isn’t.
The Act on CO2 advert I won’t go into too much detail on because it makes my blood boil every time I see it. Suffice to say, when you have to resort to broadcasting a cartoon showing a crying little bunny rabbit and a drowning puppy you’ve quite clearly lost the argument (and the plot). Propaganda aimed at children is illegal, even when it’s the British government disseminating it. The advert was commissioned when a poll showed that 60% of people were unconvinced by the bullshit propaganda the British government puts out aboAdd New Post ‹ Wonko’s World — WordPressut climate change. Judging by the fact that’s increased to 84% according to the Science Museum’s poll and that the Advertising Standards Agency had received 357 complaints about the advert as of Wednesday, the argument has been well and truly lost.